Inside Bridal Asia 2015 Delhi: Here is what you missed..
BY The WMG Bride | 23 Oct, 2015 | 2709 views | 3 min read
Incase you missed Bridal Asia 2015, here is what you missed out on. We rounded up some of our favourites from the exhibition to get you the inside scoop on what was hot . Special thanks to Shiv Sharma Photography for being the official photographer for us on all the days and for being the most patient person EVER
Pretty Pastel Lehengas and Shararas by Tamanna Punjabi KapoorA sea of seafoams and pinks, and beautiful white pieces at Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor- a designer from Mumbai. Her stall was always packed with brides to be. WMG Picks: A pastel pink sharara for 65000 which is perfect for a bride's Sangeet & a Cape lehenga for 45000 for bride's sister
Gota Patti by Swati UbroiJaipur based Swati Ubroi stuck to traditional Rajasthani gota patti . Soft pinks and salmons amidst brighter hues.
Indian by Manish AroraKitschy, fun and bold, Indian by Manish Arora had a small but vibrant collection
Fluffy, candy pink outfits by Yashodhara
For the brides who like fairytales, Yashodhara soft and billowy outfits are perfect for younger sisters , bridal showers and engagement outfits.
Vikram PhadnisOur favourite bits at Vikram Phadnis were the floral printed blouses with embroidered sleeves and saris
Cape Lehengas by Pooja ShroffWe loved the cape lehengas at Delhi based Pooja Shroff along with the vibrant colors she used WMG Picks: This ink blue cape with red silk lehenga for 45K
Jewellery & Bling
Sunita Shekhawat is always on point.
Vasundhara Fine jewelry had the most unique pieces
Rawat Jewellers had some nice traditional polki sets as well
Traditional Weaves by EkayaWe loved everything at Ekaya. The lehengas in rich silks were stunning, and so were the sarees- a total trousseau must have. WMG Picks: The lime green and fuschia pink lehenga which is perfect for a mehendi or sangeet
Supria MunjalGlamorous, sassy and perfect for cocktail nights, Supria Munjal's collection is what you need for those Indo western silhouettes or sexy gowns. WMG Picks: The grey gown with roses on the shoulder
Mirrorwork at Arpita MehtaMumbai based Arpita Mehta's mirror work lehengas were a definite hit amongst the Delhi crowd. WMG Picks: Both the lehengas Arpita is holding in her hand. The orange tie dye lehenga with a mirror work blouse is perfect for Mehendi
Frontier BazarFrontier Bazar had a melange of different types of outfits WMG Picks: The pastel blue lehenga with window embroidery
Anushree Reddy, always a crowd favourite!
Falguni & Shane Peacock
This digital print lehenga at Falguni and Shane was lovely too!
Decor by Pomegranate
Decor by Pomegranate was a welcome relief from the usual and with some really gorgeous lounge setups.
Ridhi Mehra's new collection was perfect for attending winter time weddings. From unique jumpsuits to sheer capes and her signature anarkalis
WMG Picks: The sheer floor length cape silhouettes worn over gowns
Also...we were there at Bridal Asia !
Thanks to all of you who came by, said hi and told us your feedback about our site. We loved meeting all of you !